People seriously injured by violence live as long as anyone who survived accidents
People seriously injured by violence are no more likely to die in the years after they are shot, stabbed or beaten than those who are seriously injured in accidents, Johns Hopkins researchers have found.
Overweight kindergarten kids may become obese teenagers
The risk of children growing up into obese teenagers may be influenced by whether or not they were overweight as early on as 5 years old, report U.S. researchers.
High added sugar intake ‘increases CVD mortality
New research recently published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine suggests that individuals who consume high amounts of added sugar in their diet may be at increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease.